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AGO Opinions with Topic: VOTING ELIGIBILITY OF CERTAIN STUDENTS
AGO 1971 No. 10 >  March 2, 1971
ELECTIONS - RESIDENCE - SCHOOLS - VOTING ELIGIBILITY OF CERTAIN STUDENTS
ELECTIONS ‑- RESIDENCE ‑- SCHOOLS ‑- VOTING ELIGIBILITY OF CERTAIN STUDENTS (1) Article VI, § 4 of the Washington Constitution does not prevent a student in school from establishing a voting residence where he is living while attending school if he has an actual intent to establish that place as his home either permanently or indefinitely for an appreciable period of time.(2) The existing law regarding the voting residence of students would not be materially changed by the enactment of a statute providing that students attending any institution of learning may be registered to vote where they reside in the vicinity of such institution if they declare that they have no present intention to move to any other voting area.
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